This collection includes Capstone Theses submitted by Hamline Creative Writing Program Students. Capstones are the culminating degree work of the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (MFA) and the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults (MFAC)
This is an online listing of the scholarly works of Creative Writing Program graduate students. Works prior to December 2017 are available in print in the Bush Memorial Library.
Creative Writing Capstone Theses in this collection have been uploaded as freely available online, or as a Restricted Access Thesis. Download access to restricted works is limited to Hamline users with valid computer login credentials for that individual's viewing. Further distribution of a restricted work is not permitted.
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Theses/Dissertations from 2017
Staking Claim: Notes to Self, Sara J. Anderson
Along The Creek to The Sea, Danielle Bylund
Into the Far and Wild. Book One: The Call, Jeffry R. Grapevine
In Darkest Light: '77, Matt Harren
HUNGARIAN RHAPSODIES: A Memoir in Three Concerts, Janet Horvath
The Wild Things of the Earth, Michael S. Klecker
Queen of the Dark and Other Stories, Nicola Koh
Listening Here, Sherry Noffke
Godtown, Hillary Walker